Healing Your Image of God
Exclusive Teaching from Steve Austin
“Some days I am not sure if my faith is riddled with doubt, or whether, graciously, my doubt is riddled with faith. And yet I continue to live in a world the way a religious person lives in the world; I keep living in a world that I know to be enchanted, and not left alone. I doubt; I am uncertain; I am restless, prone to wander. And yet glimmers of holy keep interrupting my gaze.” -Lauren Winner, Still
Let’s begin with a few what-ifs:
What if this journey toward Jesus came with even more freedom than you can imagine?
What if the American version of Evangelical Christianity isn’t 100% right 100% of the time?
What if God is even better, more loving, more inclusive, more patient, and more present than we ever imagined?
In The God-Shaped Brain by Dr. Thomas Jennings, he says that a healthy view of a loving God can literally transform our brains.
Side note: did you know that just meditating on a God of love for 12 minutes a day can actually rewire your brain? Sure, it’s a slow, patient process, but it’s one worth starting as soon as possible.
So where do you begin? Today, I want to give you what I believe are the first three steps in healing your image of God.
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*”Come Thou Fount of Every Blessing,” performed by the ever-magical Stella Hess.